logo-med-resLarger historical institutions typically have the resources and staff to disseminate new ideas in exhibitions and other forms of public history and to draw on new scholarship. But where can organizations without the funding, time, or expertise on hand turn for up-to-date public history practices and scholarly context on unfamiliar topics? This panel will talk about how to relate to recent scholarship in a more active way.

Chair: John Dichtl, Director, National Council on Public History, Indianapolis, IN; Mary Rizzo, Public Historian in Residence, Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities, Rutgers University, Camden, NJ; Cathy Stanton, Senior Lecturer, Tufts University, Boston, MA; Cassie Ward, Director of Public Programs, Long Branch Plantation, Millwood, VA